ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL SALE
Finding a buyer for DC's most expensive home
Fessenden House, which was listed by Long & Foster Christie’s Real Estate for $22 million, sold in an unprecedented six months. The sale price also set records, making the neoclassical residence the DC area’s most expensive home sold in 2015.
A Luxurious Waterfront Retreat
With the elegance and splendor of an English country manor, this Easton, Maryland, home is the perfect waterside retreat for family gatherings and entertaining. Selling for $5.5 million in March of 2018 this waterfront retreat includes 10 acres, guest house, pool, tennis and basketball courts..
Irish Georgian Manor in McLean, VA
Tucked away in a gated community, the Dunluce estate in McLean, Virginia, is filled with exquisite detail inspired by the castles of Ireland. The property includes 16,000-square-feet of living space, seven bedrooms, eight full baths and two half baths and sits on 5.15 acres of beautifully wooded land.
National historic property located on 156 acres
Built nearly 40 years before the Civil War began, this 156-acre equestrian estate offers complete privacy, yet is less than 35 miles to the Nation’s Capital. Named East Oaks, the peaceful residence sold by Long & Foster Christie’s Real Estate for $3.8 Million.